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Controlling power outlets from a Raspberry Pi @Raspberry_Pi #piday #raspberrypi

Nice project video from YouTube user TheDigiCraft.

Did some tinkering tonight. Used a remote controlled power outlet to make a security light. Wired up the raspberry pi to transmit the proper code to turn the outlet on and off when motion is detected by a simple pir sensor. Then had some more fun and created a web page that displays the times when motion was detected. That is also running on a server that is on the same raspberry pi.

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